This is how the new Pixel 7 and 7 Pro are: Google’s attempt to dethrone the iPhone 14

Google has just announced its new flagships regarding telephony, with the official presentation of the Pixel 7 and the Pixel 7 Pro. These redesigned phones incorporate the most advanced camera in the Pixel and are equipped with the Google processor Tensor 2 and Android 13.

Several months after information about these devices was leaked, causing Google to give us a preview showing their external appearance, the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro are already a reality. In May, the company showed us where the new design stands out, especially the so-called camera bar.

But what is interesting about these phones, which have the highly complex task of competing with the iPhone 14, is their interior. Starting with your brain, these Pixels are equipped with the new Google Tensor 2 processor designed specifically for these smartphones, which, according to the company, offers significant advances in machine learning and the quality of the photos and videos it takes.

Another of these smartphones’ great attractions is their camera system. Google knows very well that we live in an audiovisual world and that it is increasingly important to be able to take the best and most realistic images possible, which is why this camera system is full of features with Artificial Intelligence to achieve this.

Ability to record in 4K, the cinematic blur or the super Zoom x30 that the Pro version incorporates are some of the details that most attract attention. In turn, the Pro version stands out for its speed, first for its 6.7″ screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz and for using Android 13 as an operating system (the standard version also uses it).

Finally, the battery of these Pixels also stands out because, according to the company, it is an intelligent battery equipped to last up to 24 hours. What makes it brilliant is that it can detect your most used apps so as not to waste battery with the ones you use the least. The company sells a separate 30W USB-C charger that is capable of charging the device to 50% in 30 minutes.

These devices will go on sale on October 13, and this time they can be purchased from Spain. The Pixel 7 will start at 649 euros, while the Pro version starts at 899 euros; if you buy them from Google, the company includes 3 months of YouTube Premium and Google One for free.

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